Stand Development

One of the best moments of shooting analog is when finally you pull the film out of the developing tank. But it is a long way from shooting to holding the film strip in your hands. Let’s look into the step of developing today with talking about a very simple but magic technique: stand development. Overview In […]

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Travel Lab Film Dev

As mentioned in one of the last pots, for my work in Thailand I just brought two film cameras. No digital. On the one hand it is simplistic. On the other hand … Shooting film cameras on longer travels will bring you a “new” set of problems to solve compared to digital photography. On the […]

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Instagram Reloaded

While shooting in Thailand for a little while, I decided to restart posting images on Instagram again – though not really being a big fan of the photo platform. But for next half a year of shooting I only packed medium format film cameras, the Mamiya RB67 (see previous post) as well as a Holga 120. […]

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Latest Pick: Mamiya RB67 Film Camera

The family has grown again. Talking about my camera family. Recently a very special new member was adopted: the classic, famous Mamiya RB67 Pro. Totally not made for me. That’s why I bought it. The Tool What’s the RB67? Well, something like a Hasselblad. It’s a stupid answer, I know. But still it is the best description for people […]

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B&W Photo Workshops in Venice 2016

Black and white photography is much more than simply desaturating color images, it is an own approach to photography. Therefore I have set up a one week workshop in Venice to make you not only learn the ideas behind black and white photography but also to give you a black and white vision. Check the new B&W Workshops […]

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Joining the Jury of Terra Quantum

I feel very honored to have been asked to join the jury of the new photo sharing platform Terra Quantum (www.terra-quantum.net). Terra Quantum is a still young but very progressive and fast growing photo sharing website. To keep the quality of images on the platform high all entries have to pass the judgement of a jury. […]

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Emotions in Photography

Photography is talking in a visual language. Often this language is not even known by the viewer, but our job is making him feel it – somehow. The feel, a mood, the emotional side of photography, might be one of the most difficult tasks in shooting and post processing. But it is worth the effort […]

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The Relative Speed of Time

Time moves with relative speed. Your time and mine. No worries, we are not going to study physics nor will we dig into Einstein’s theories about relativity. We are photographers trying to improve the workflow of your our photography. For us the speed of time is a major factor worth to have a closer look […]

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Capture the Essence

What makes a capture a good photograph? There might be a thousand answers, many of them even conflicting. And in the end “good” anyway is always in the eye of the viewer. Some like, some dislike. But one thing for sure will give your photos a big push: Instead of capturing it all focus just […]

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Iceland Photo Tips Page Online

Anyone having plans to travel Iceland soon? Plenty of rainy days gave me the opportunity of writing up a list of best photo spots here in Iceland, including the GPS coordinates to simplify finding them and the best lenses to use in each place. The list of tips will be extended step by step each rainy day […]

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We love to believe in the value of change.

Destruction gives place to new.

New often mistaken for better.

Nature, monuments, traditions – nothing sacred.

No questions. No balance.

Today’s Holy Grail is money.

Emotions and senses vanish.

Lost vocabulary: dignity and respect.

Priceless universal goods traded for profit.

Temptations plentiful.

Consequences are ignored.

Our grandchildren will hold us responsible.

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Cameras, lenses and all accessories are tools for creating visions, not more and not less. No need for fighting religious wars on brands. Each tool has pros and cons in handling and capabilities. The following selection simply reflects my personal preferences, suiting my photographic workflow, style, and philosophy. Above all this top-end equipment ensures producing commercial quality results. An extract:

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